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From: Mike Williams
Subject: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 31 Mar 2000 13:28:13
Message: <+Pf0OCAdyN54EwHb@econym.demon.co.uk>
I've put together a little bit of an unofficial tutorial about
isosurfaces at

http://www.econym.demon.co.uk/isotut/

Hope you like it.
-- 
Mike Williams
Gentleman of Leisure


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From: Bob Hughes
Subject: Re: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 1 Apr 2000 00:15:07
Message: <38e585db@news.povray.org>
Very nice layout and all.  Makes for the only other such tutorial I know of thus
far too.

Bob

"Mike Williams" <mik### [at] nospamplease> wrote in message
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| I've put together a little bit of an unofficial tutorial about
| isosurfaces at
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| http://www.econym.demon.co.uk/isotut/
|
| Hope you like it.
| --
| Mike Williams
| Gentleman of Leisure


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From: David Wilkinson
Subject: Re: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 2 Apr 2000 15:49:29
Message: <329fesgcnhsbm1i3s3gm4ttan0jvo03jg7@4ax.com>
On Fri, 31 Mar 2000 18:13:01 +0100, Mike Williams <mik### [at] nospamplease> wrote:

>
>I've put together a little bit of an unofficial tutorial about
>isosurfaces at
>
>http://www.econym.demon.co.uk/isotut/
>
>Hope you like it.

Very nicely done Mike.
 I have added it to my personal collection of really useful POV html files.
Thanks
David
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From: Dast
Subject: Re: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 2 Apr 2000 22:57:04
Message: <38E80F53.FF6307A4@ra.msstate.edu>
Mike Williams wrote:
> 
> I've put together a little bit of an unofficial tutorial about
> isosurfaces at
> 
> http://www.econym.demon.co.uk/isotut/
> 
> Hope you like it.

Thanks greatly!  It has made my bookmark list.  :)

--Chris


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From: Simen Kvaal
Subject: Re: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 29 Apr 2000 19:47:10
Message: <390b747e$1@news.povray.org>
Very good! Excellent demonstration images too. All the features of the
surfaces (such as real bumps et.c.) comes out nicely from the images.

One thing: What about a tute for the built-in functiions, like "sphere" and
"torus?" Personally, there's a lot I don't understand there...

Simen.

Mike Williams skrev i meldingen <+Pf0### [at] econymdemoncouk>...
>
>I've put together a little bit of an unofficial tutorial about
>isosurfaces at
>
>http://www.econym.demon.co.uk/isotut/
>
>Hope you like it.
>--
>Mike Williams
>Gentleman of Leisure


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From: Mike Williams
Subject: Re: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 1 May 2000 13:15:40
Message: <n5NSjCA$rbD5EwT$@econym.demon.co.uk>
Wasn't it Simen Kvaal who wrote:

>One thing: What about a tute for the built-in functiions, like "sphere" and
>"torus?" Personally, there's a lot I don't understand there...

OK. I'll add something.

Expect an update in the next few days.

-- 
Mike Williams
Gentleman of Leisure


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From: Mike Williams
Subject: Re: Isosurface Tutorial
Date: 1 May 2000 20:34:03
Message: <0c4G6DAp4eD5EwiN@econym.demon.co.uk>
Wasn't it Me who wrote:
>
>Wasn't it Simen Kvaal who wrote:
>
>>One thing: What about a tute for the built-in functiions, like "sphere" and
>>"torus?" Personally, there's a lot I don't understand there...
>
>OK. I'll add something.
>
>Expect an update in the next few days.
>

I've now added a general page about built in functions, and a page that
covers all the "standard" built in functions except "imp_func" (about
which I don't have a clue). The library functions look like taking a lot
longer to cover.

http://www.econym.demon.co.uk/isotut/

-- 
Mike Williams
Gentleman of Leisure


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